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Nebraska vs. Southern Miss: Game time, TV Schedule, Odds, Streaming and More

The information you need to know about watching today's game between the Nebraska Cornhuskers and Southern Miss Golden Eagles.

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The Nebraska Cornhuskers take on the Southern Miss Golden Eagles this afternoon. It is the second game for both teams. Nebraska held off a late Wyoming flurry to win 37-34 in week one, while Southern Miss committed six turnovers in a 22-15 loss to Texas State.

Date/Time: Saturday, Sept. 7, 5:00 p.m. CT

Location: Memorial Stadium, Lincoln, NebraskaCapacity: 87,000
Surface: FieldTurf
Series Record: Nebraska leads, 3-1
In Lincoln: Nebraska leads, 2-1
Special Events: Red Cross Game, 1964 Orange Bowl 50-Year Recognition

TV: BTN/BTN2GO (Online)
If you're confused about where to find BTN's channel on your provider, use the BTN Game Finder

Radio: Huskers sports radio network

Weather: A high of 96 degrees. UNL sent out a heat warning available below.

Odds: Nebraska favored by 28.5

UPDATE AT 4:55 PM - if you've found this page because you're looking for the game and is down, note this:

Heat Advisory:

The Huskers will face the University of Southern Mississippi in the heat of the day -- in expected 100-degree temperatures and a heat index likely to top 104. Stadium gates open at 3:30 p.m. and kickoff is at 5 p.m. Many fans will be seated in direct sunshine, which can raise the heat index by an additional 15 degrees. Close contact with other fans raises it further.

To prevent heat illness, fans attending Saturday's game should:

- Drink lots of water. Avoid drinking liquids that contain alcohol or large amounts of sugar, which cause the loss of more body fluid. Avoid very cold drinks, because they can cause stomach cramps.
- Minimize direct contact with the sun. Try to rest often in shady areas.
- Snack regularly, rather than eating heavy meals. Consider eating light, cool, easy-to-digest foods such as fruit or salads.
- Wear loose-fitting, light-colored clothing.

Fans will again be allowed to bring up to two of their own 20-oz. clear commercial water bottles into the stadium with them. Typically, stadium policy only allows fans to bring in empty plastic water bottles, but an exception is being made this week. Fans can purchase more water or refill at water fountains on the main concourses of Memorial Stadium. Four large, portable water fountains, one on each side of the stadium, also will be available.

The Red Cross will be on hand to provide emergency medical services. First Aid stations are in the southeast corner of field level, East Stadium upper concourse, East Stadium club level, northwest concourse and West Stadium club level. An emergency heart unit is in the northwest concourse; Advanced Cardiac Life Support is in the southeast corner of field level. Contact Red Cross volunteers, Boy Scout volunteers or stadium security personnel for assistance.